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The Abbot Circle 1924 CAROLINE BATES HALL ' ' Carol ' ' Plymouth, Mass. Music Conservatory Two years Senior Play ' 24 Fidelio ' 23, ' 24 English V Play ' 23 " He does much who does a thing well. " " Carol Hall " did some one say? Ah yes! if you want a soloist or even an accompanist, just call on Carol. She can do both to perfection and is always willing to help you out. And we also hear that Carol is quite popular — how ' bout those Andover callers and all those letters that come in ' most every mail? And did you see Carol in the Senior play? If so, you know that music isn ' t her only strong point for everyone was most enthusiastic about " Miss Barbara Pennymint. " DOROTHY MAY HALLETT ' ' Bobbie ' ' Bangor, Maine Two years Fidelio ' 23, Secretary ' 24 Hockey Team ' 24 Hockey Numerals ' 23, ' 24 " A " Society ' 24 Calendar Committee ' 24 " Could I love less, I ' d be happier. " " Bobbie " is the one who has such a lovely voice and is so full of pep — and she ' s gay and cheerful too. And can she play hockey? Why of course — she ' s from " Bangoah " . She ' s always on the watch to guard that goal; and she ' s always ready for some fun! We wonder how she happened to be called " Bobbie " — can anyone enlighten us? But no — we ' ll spare her blushes this time. Next year, Bobbie ' s going to be in Boston. Bangor is all right but when one ' s namesake is in Boston, Boston goes it one better. 21
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The Abbot Circle 1924 HELEN C. EPLER ' ' Eppie ' ' West Boylston, Mass. Two years Student Council ' 24 Vice-President A. A. A. Basketball Numerals ' 23 Arm Band ' 23 Class Book Board ' 24 " Good humor is always a success. " That minister ' s daughter! Enter Helen. Little naive Helen with her quiet, simple and unassuming manner, her sweet smile, portraying absolute innocence. Exit Helen. Enter Eppie, the clown, or " funny " girl. We can never forget Eppie as the ardent feathered lover of the fourth floor corridor stunt, as the clever imper- sonation of " Chick " , or as the chief mourner for the deceased turtle; and her Sunday night talks never failed to inspire some poor failing souls and send them on their way rejoicing. The evening serenade on the fourth floor was never quite complete until Eppie ' s melodious voice blended and soared above the rest. Eppie will always claim a big place in our hearts. RUTH JOSEPHINE FLATHER Nashua, N. H. Three years Q. E. D. ' 23, President ' 24 Eidelio ' 23 Baseball Numerals ' 22 Advisory Board ' 23 Hockey Numerals ' 21, ' 22, ' 2i " And still her tongue ran on. " " O — o — o-o — . Who ' s got those tubs now. And I jumped out of a warm bed just to come down and get them! " Too bad, Flather — Better try getting up at 6.00 o ' clock tomorrow morning. About the only thing that worries this flighty-headed person is math, and yet with that new compass, Ruth, you really ought to be able to get " A " in every Monday Test. 20
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T h e A bb o t Circle 19 24 ADELAIDE PEARSON HAMMOND " Almond " Shrewsbury, Mass. Radcliffe Two years Honor Roll ' 23, ' 24 Courant ' 24 Odeon ' 23, President ' 24 Arm Band ' 23, ' 24 Fidelio ' 23, ' 24 " My mind is my kingdom. " Enter " Almond " — another renowned mem- ber of our illustrious class. Adelaide is our Odeon president and she ' s on Courant board too — for her strong point is anything along the literary line. And she ' s always ready with a bit of helpful information at the critical moment. Not only do we hear her fame now but sometime in the near future we ' ll be hearing of Adelaide as an " architectress " — perhaps she ' ll draw the plans of a new Abbot dormitory some day — without squeaky floors — who knows? ELIZABETH HARRINGTON " Betty " Andover, Mass. Skidmore Four years Student Government ' 23, ' 24 Honor Roll ' 22 Arm Band ' 21 Class President ' 21 Baseball Numerals ' 23 Senior Play ' 24 " She ' s pretty to walk with, witty to talk with And pleasant to think of too. " Well, how ' s Betty — just as gay and vivacious as ever — and athletic, too. When Betty ' s at the bat, it ' s a case of watch out, you ' d hardly believe that she could get around the diamond so fast without wings, perhaps she has ' em tucked away somewhere. Betty lives on the Hill, too — we wish that we all could live where she does, and go to all the Proms and things, but — such is our fate! And when Betty acts, well, I ' m sure that we all agree that she ' s just the best little heroine ever! 22
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